E1: 07: W-2 (R07885) Has A Data Alignment Issue When Two States Are Populated In Box 16 State Wages
(Doc ID 2932569.1)
Last updated on MARCH 03, 2023
Applies to:JD Edwards EnterpriseOne US Payroll - Version 9.2 and later
Information in this document applies to any platform.
Print Laser W-2's (4 part) (R07885) prints the second Box 16 amount centered instead of right-justified when the Employee lives in Wisconsin (WI) but works in Minnesota (MN) and when "Print 2 States per W-2" checkbox has been checked in the Year-End Revisions (P07810) program. All amounts in all boxes of the W-2 should be right-justified.
Steps to Reproduce:
- Create a new employee (P0801).
- In National and Fiscal Data they reside in Tax Area 50 WI but works in Tax Area MN
- In Pay Cycle Workbench (P07210) Submit Pre-Payroll for the one employee for last pay period of 2022
- Row Exit to Payment Review
- On Work with Employee Payment Review Take Row Exit to Tax Detail
- State Income Tax for Minnesota (24 F) is calculated, but no State Income Tax for Wisconsin (50 F) is withheld
- Complete payroll processing for the employee for the last pay period of 2022,
- In the Year-End Revisions (P07810) program, the checkbox "Print 2 States per W-2" was selected.
- Run Print Laser W-2's (4 part) (R07885) and view the W-2 PDF report.
- Two lines with State Wages earned in MN (3,692.31) were printed in Box 16 (State wages, tips, etc.)
- In the first line in Box 16, the WI (Wisconsin) State wages of 3,692.31 are right-justified in the box
- In the second line in Box 16, the MN (Minnesota) State wages of 3,692.31 are centered in the box
- The second line for MN is misaligned. All dollar amounts should be right justified like all the other amounts in all the other boxes.
- In all the other boxes of the W-2 the amounts are right-justified.
NOTE: All data is from Oracle test data. No personal information from real people is used.
To view full details, sign in with your My Oracle Support account.
Don't have a My Oracle Support account? Click to get started!
In this Document